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  1. LONGVIEW LOBOS (2-0, 0-0) AT JOHN TYLER LIONS (0-2, 0-0) DATE: Thursday, September 12th, 2019 TIME: 7:00 PM LOCATION: Earl Campbell Field at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium in Tyler, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FM JOHN TYLER BROADCAST: 97.5 FM KTBB TELEVISION: ESPN 2 LOBOS LEAD SERIES 50-38-7 The Lions have a 11-8-0 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The Lobos have a 42-27-7 lead when the game is a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest. The two schools have never played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 26-15-5 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 24-23-2 lead when the game is played at John Tyler. Longview has won the last two meetings with the Lions. Longview is 18-15-1 all-time against John Tyler at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium, with the Lobos winning the last seven meetings there. The two schools have never played on September 12th. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 09.14.2018 - Longview 41, John Tyler 13 - Lobo Stadium 10.27.2017 - Longview 28, John Tyler 19 - Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium 10.21.2016 - John Tyler 38, Longview 24 - Lobo Stadium 09.05.2015 - Longview 31, John Tyler 14 - Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium 09.05.2014 - John Tyler 41, Longview 25 - Lobo Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW National Television. Longview returns to the national landscape for the second consecutive year, and for the sixth time overall. But for the first time, the cameras of ESPN will be amongst the crowd. Longview comes into Rose Stadium fresh off a 53-0 beat down of the Marshall Mavericks. The Lobos, winners of a school record 18-consecutive games, saw the Mavs control the tempo in the first quarter to the tune of a 0-0 contest with Marshall running the 40-second clock down to 1 second every single play. Longview’s one possession in the first quarter ended in a punt. Following the first quarter, the Lobos..and more so Kaden Meredith…took over. Longview ended the half up 17-0. A quick score to start the second half deflated any chance the Mavericks had. A safety following the kickoff, then a kickoff return of the kick pushed the game out of distance and the route was on. Longview rolled to the tune of 53-0 over the Mavericks, the largest such margin of victory in the series’ history. The win marked the fifth time the Lobos have scored at least 50 points on the Mavericks in the last 11 seasons. Previous to 2008, Longview had never scored 50 or more points on a Marshall football team. The shutout was also Longview’s 19th overall against the Mavericks, and third since 2011. Overall, it was Longview’s 18th victory in the last 19 meetings over the Mavericks. Since Longview’s first 19-game winning streak started over the Mavs in 1969, 50 years ago this season, Longview is 42-9 against their long time rivals from the east. The Lobos now switch focus to their rivals from the west, the John Tyler Lions. Fresh off a rebounding season in 2018, that saw Cujo nearly upset the defending state champions, the Lions opened their 2019 campaign with a loss to the Mesquite Horn Jaguars. Then followed things up with a 34-7 loss to their cross town rival, Tyler Lee, 34-7. The Lions, after missing the post season two years ago, bounced back last season after the drop to 5A Division I. But the Lions still suffered big time early on in the season, with big losses to Cedar Hill & Longview to start the season. JT had a scheduled meeting with Euless Trinity, but it was cancelled. Last season’s victory for Longview marked their 50th overall against the Lions, the second most over a single program in school history. Since defeating the Lions in 2001, which sent the Lobos to the post season and the Lions home for the year, Longview is 13-3 against John Tyler, having won the last two meetings. Longview rolls into Rose Stadium on a high note, having not lost to John Tyler at their home away from home since the 2000 season. The Lobos have won the last seven meetings against John Tyler at Rose Stadium, and have won the last 14 overall against TISD dating back to 2002. Overall, the Lobos have won 20 of their last 21 visits to the Rose City, with the only loss coming to Mansfield Lake Ridge in 2015 by two points. Since ending their 20-year playoff streak back in 1967, the Lobos have pounded their way to a 34-15-1 record over John Tyler. The Lobos will be rolling in, looking to win their 19th game in a row overall and their 12th non-district contest in a row. WEEK TWO 11-6A RESULTS: Longview 53 Marshall 0 Mesquite 37 Grand Prairie 9 Mesquite Horn 25 Highland Park 52 North Mesquite 33 Garland Lakeview Centennial 14 Rockwall 50 Rowlett 7 Rockwall Heath 44 Wylie 41 (2OT) Tyler Lee 34 John Tyler 7 WEEK THREE 11-6A SCHEDULE: Longview at John Tyler (Earl Campbell Field at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium) {Thursday] Mesquite vs Plano West (E.H. Hanby Stadium) Mesquite Horn at Cedar Hill (Longhorn Stadium) North Mesquite at Fort Worth Paschal (Farrington Field) {Thursday} Rockwall vs Arlington Bowie (Wilkerson Sanderson Memorial Stadium) Rockwall Heath at Richland (Birdville Fine Arts and Athletics Complex) Tyler Lee vs Nacogdoches (Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium) DISTRICT 11-6A STANDINGS 1st. Longview (2-0, 0-0) 2nd. Mesquite (2-0, 0-0) 3rd. Rockwall Heath (2-0, 0-0) 4th. Tyler Lee (2-0, 0-0) 5th. Mesquite Horn (1-1, 0-0) 6th. North Mesquite (1-1, 0-0) 7th. Rockwall (1-1, 0-0) DISTRICT 12-6A OVERVIEW Last week - Belton lost to Round Rock 42-30, Copperas Cove defeated Manro 37-33, Killeen lost to Cedar Park Vista Ridge 51-29, Killeen Ellison lost to Austin Vandegrift 14-0, Killeen Harker Heights lost to Round Rock Stony Point 52-28, Killeen Shoemaker lost to Midlothian 51-20, Temple defeated UNAL from Mexico 51-29, Waco lost to Georgetown 35-7, Waco Midway lost to Mansfield Lake Ridge 43-35. This week - Belton travels to Copperas Cove, Killeen travels to Waco Midway, Killeen Ellison travels to Waco, Temple travels to Killeen Harker Heights. LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 2-0 (0-0) District: 11-6A Coach: John King (170-36 in 16 seasons) (Playoffs: 40-14) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 731-345-52 (Playoffs: 69-41-1) Playoff Appearances: 44 Last Playoff Appearance: 2018, 6A Division II State Championship State Championships (2) 1937 (1A), 2018 (6A D2) State Championship Appearances (4): 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1), 2018 (6A D2) SCHEDULE: 08.30 - at Lufkin - Win 24-21 09.06 - vs Marshall - Win 53-0 09.12 - at John Tyler 09.20 - West Monroe (In Shreveport) 09.27 - vs Rockwall 10.11 - at Mesquite Horn 10.18 - vs Rockwall Heath 10.25 - at North Mesquite 11.01 - vs Tyler Lee 11.08 - at Mesquite JOHN TYLER LIONS Record: 0-2 (0-0) District: 7-5A Division 1 Coach: Ricklan Homes (66-25 in 8 seasons) (Playoffs: 14-6) First Year of Football: 1908 All-Time Record: 707-383-41 (Playoffs: 59-31-3) Playoff Appearances: 37 Last Playoff Appearance: 2018, 5A Division I State Quarterfinals State Championships (3): 1930 (1A), 1973 (4A), 1994 (5A D2) State Championship Appearances (5): 1930 (1A), 1955 (4A), 1973 (4A), 1994 (5A D2), 2000 (5A D2) SCHEDULE: 08.30 - vs vs Mesquite Horn - Loss 39-17 09.07 - vs Tyler Lee - Loss 34-7 09.12 - vs Longview 09.20 - vs Euless Trinity 09.27 - vs Texas High 10.04 - at Wylie East 10.11 - vs West Mesquite 10.24 - at McKinney North 11.01 - vs Mesquite Poteet 11.08 - at Sherman ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: September 12th In 1947, Jimmy Pakenham rushed for two scored while Gene McClain ran in for another as Longview knocked off Palestine, 19-0, at Lobo Stadium. Longview held the Wildcats to 31 overall yards on the night. In 1969, Longview knocked off Dallas Sunset, 27-7, at Lobo Stadium. In 1975, Thomas Cook rushed for two scores, while Leo McCoy, Johnny Fuller and Sherman Johnson would each tally one each in a 34-0 Longview victory over Waco Richfield in Paul Tyson Stadium. The Lobos held the Rams to just 40 total yards on the night, including -4 rushing. In 1980, Zane Butter started the scoring before Nathan Harris tallied two of his own in a 35-19 Longview victory over Fort Worth Paschal at Lobo Stadium. Terry Morrow and Ronnie Hunter each scored on the night. In 1986, Thomas Snoddy rushed for two touchdowns while Joe Brooks returned an interception for a score from 70 yards out. Rolanda Reese finished the scoring with a 40 yard pass reception in a 28-2 Longview victory over Fort Worth Trimble Tech in Lobo Stadium. In 1997, David Monsivais kicked a 35 yard field goal but the Lobos saw a 7-3 lead for the Killeen Kangaroos on the scoreboard as the half ended. Shawn Byrdsong would change that in the third with a 7 yard passing touchdown before the Lobo defense came up with a safety in the fourth as Longview knocked off Killeen at Leo Buckley Stadium, 12-7. In 2003, Rogers Taylor hauled in a 41 yard passing touchdown and Quincy Grant rushed in from one yard out as Longview took out the Wildcats of Lake Highlands at Wildcat-Ram Stadium, 24-14. Chris Jones and Ryan Howard tallied for the Lobos in a game that saw Steven Coleman of Lake Highlands return a 90-yard interception for a score. In 2008, Longview rushed all over the Evangel Eagles in a 52-22 beat down at Lobo Stadium in a game that was scheduled due to Hurricane Ike. However, the Lobos would later have to forfeit the game due to a player playing one play in the fourth quarter that was ineligible. The game is best known for Evangel finishing with -21 rushing yards thanks to 11 Lobo sacks. In 2015, Longview grabbed the lead in the 4th quarter thanks to a Jacorian Jones 11 yard passing touchdown followed by a two point conversion. But it wasn’t to be as Shreveport Byrd came right back and punched one in from Deuce Caston in a 22-15 Yellowjacket victory over Longview at Shreveport’s Independence Stadium. Longview finished with just 85 rushing yards on the night.
  2. LONGVIEW LOBOS (3-0, 0-0) AT RUSTON BEARCATS (2-1, 0-0) DATE: Friday, September 21st, 2018 TIME: 7:00 PM LOCATION: James Field at Hoss Garrett Stadium in Ruston, Louisiana LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FM RUSTON BROADCAST: SportsTalk 97.7 FM LOBOS LEAD SERIES 6-4-0 The Lobos have a 6-4 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The two schools have never played a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest before. The two schools have never played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 3-2 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 3-2 lead when the game is played at Ruston. Longview won the last two meetings with the Bearcats. Longview is 3-2 all-time against Ruston at James Field, with the Lobos winning the last meeting there. Longview is 1-0 all-time when the game is played on September 21st. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 09.27.2002 - Longview 14, Ruston 0 - James Field 09.21.2001 - Longview 35, Ruston 7 - Lobo Stadium 09.29.2000 - Ruston 13, Longview 7 - Lobo Stadium 10.01.1999 - Ruston 51, Longview 18 - James Field 10.02.1998 - Longview 10, Ruston 3 - Lobo Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW And finally, the streak is over. It has been 12 long years since Longview walked out of Lobo Stadium with a victory against John Tyler, but the Lobos on Friday night cruised to a 41-13 victory to end John Tyler’s 3-game winning streak over the Lobos at their home stadium, and end John Tyler’s 5-game overall winning streak inside Lobo Stadium. With the win, Longview improved 3-0 on the season. That marks the first time since 2004/2005 that Longview has had back to back 3-0 starts to a season, following Longview’s 3-0 start to the 2017 season. It’s just the fifth time in 15 seasons under head coach John King that Longview has started 3-0. The other time being in 2009. The win also marked Longview’s 50th overall win against John Tyler. It’s the 2nd program that Longview has at least 50 victories against, the other being Marshall with 61 victories now. Now the Lobos turn their attention to a state that after constantly filled Longview’s non-district schedule for the better part of a decade and a half, has only been on Longview’s schedule once this decade. Longview heads to Louisiana for the first time since 2015, and travels to Ruston for the first time in 16 seasons. The Lobos and Bearcats haven’t met in 16 seasons, but they’re definitely no strangers to each other. Longview’s old offensive coordinator from the beginning of John King’s era calls on the Lobos this week as second year head coach, Jerrod Baugh, takes helm against his former head coach. It’ll be the first time for John King to face a former assistant coach as a head coach. Longview and Ruston have met 10 times previously, with the Lobos winning the last two in 2001 and 2002. The Lobos opened the series in 1992, with a 23-12 victory at Ruston. Ruston then won the next two meetings, in 1993 and 1994. In 1993, the #10 Bearcats were able to make a goal line stand against Longview to win 14-9. In 1994, the #1 ranked Bearcats took advantage of a missed extra point to win 14-13. The Lobos then won the next three. Ruston’s only win by more than a touchdown came in 1999 when they hung 51 points on the helpless Lobos. It was the first time in 47 years that Longview had given up 50 points or more. Excluding that 51-18 victory, the other three Ruston victories have come by a total of 12 points. The visit to Ruston will mark just the 2nd time since 2010 that Longview ventures to Louisiana for a non-district game, and 3rd time overall since 2010 (playoff game in Shreveport in 2010). The Lobos are looking to improve to 4-0 for the first time since finishing 10-0 in 2005. WEEK FOUR 11-6A SCHEDULE: Longview at Ruston (James Field) Mesquite vs Hurst L.D. Bell (E.H. Hanby Stadium) {Thursday} Mesquite Horn vs Arlington High (E.H. Hanby Stadium) North Mesquite vs Haltom (Mesquite Memorial Stadium) Rockwall at Arlington Martin (UT-Arlington Stadium) Rockwall Heath vs McKinney North (Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium) Tyler Lee vs Mesquite Poteet (Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium) WEEK THREE 11-6A RESULTS: Longview 41 John Tyler 13 Mesquite 44 Plano West 20 Mesquite Horn 25 Cedar Hill 42 North Mesquite 38 Fort Worth Paschal 21 Rockwall 49 Arlington Bowie 34 Rockwall Heath 14 Richland 28 Tyler Lee 49 Nacogdoches 39 DISTRICT 11-6A STANDINGS 1st. Longview (3-0, 0-0) 2nd. North Mesquite (2-0, 0-0) 3rd. Mesquite (1-1, 0-0) 4th. Rockwall (1-1, 0-0) 5th. Rockwall Heath (1-2, 0-0) 6th. Tyler Lee (1-2, 0-0) 7th. Mesquite Horn (0-3, 0-0) DISTRICT 12-6A OVERVIEW Last Week - Belton defeated Copperas Cove 35-28, Waco Midway defeated Killeen 13-10, Killeen Ellison defeated Waco 35-16, Temple defeated Killeen Harker Heights 45-0. Killeen Shoemaker is off. This Week - Copperas Cove hosts Killeen, Killeen Harker Heights hosts Belton, Killeen Shoemaker hosts Temple, Waco Midway hosts Killeen Ellison. Waco High is off. LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 3-0 (0-0) District: 11-6A Coach: John King (155-36 in 15 seasons) (Playoffs: 34-14) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 716-345-52 (Playoffs: 63-41-1) Playoff Appearances: 43 Last Playoff Appearance: 2017, 6A Division II State Semi-Final State Championships (1): 1937 (1A) State Championship Appearances (4): 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.31 - vs Lufkin - Win 35-28 09.07 - at Marshall - Win 60-14 09.14 - vs John Tyler - Win 41-13 09.21 - at Ruston 09.28 - at Rockwall 10.12 - vs Mesquite Horn 10.19 - at Rockwall Heath 10.26 - vs North Mesquite 11.02 - at Tyler Lee 11.09 - vs Mesquite RUSTON BEARCATS Record: 2-1 (0-0) District: 3-5A Coach: Jerrod Baugh (10-4 in 2 seasons) (Playoffs: 1-1) First Year of Football: 1921 All-Time Record: /-/-/ (Playoffs: /-/) Playoff Appearances: 48 Last Playoff Appearance: 2017, 5A Regional Round State Championships (8): 1925, 1941 (1A), 1947 (1A), 1951 (1A), 1982 (4A), 1986 (4A), 1988 (4A), 1990 (4A) State Championship Appearances (11): 1925, 1941 (1A), 1944 (1A), 1947 (1A), 1951 (1A), 1982 (4A), 1984 (4A), 1986 (4A), 1988 (4A), 1990 (4A), 1998 (5A) SCHEDULE: 08.31 - vs Monroe Neville - Win 41-7 09.07 - vs Acadiana - Loss 28-21 09.14 - at Bossier Airline - Win 36-19 09.21 - vs Longview 09.28 - at West Ouachita 10.05 - vs West Monroe 10.12 - at Ouachita 10.19 - at Alexandria 10.26 - vs Natchitoches Central 11.02 - at Pineville ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: September 21st In 1927, Leonard Ray ran into the end zone from two yards out late in the 4th quarter as Longview knocked off Marshall, 6-0. The win over the Mavs was only the 2nd in 18 meetings against Marshall for Longview. In 1931, Marshall shutout Longview, 14-0, at Fair Park in Marshall. In 1935, Jim Whitten’s 1 yard pass reception in the first quarter was all it took as Longview knocked off El Dorado from Arkansas, 7-0, at Fair Park. In 1945, Port Arthur Thomas Jefferson handed Longview a 19-13 loss at Lobo Stadium. In 1951, Lufkin’s RV Holleman run in from 6 yards out to give the Panthers a 6-0 lead. But a missed extra point would cost Lufkin after Claude Pliler would haul in a 10 yard pass reception to tie the game. The following PAT was good and Longview upset Lufkin, 7-6, Lufkin. In 1956, Longview and Denison battled back and forth all night in a game that saw 12 touchdowns between the two teams. Pete Burks tallied 4 for the Lobos, and behind 30 first downs and 477 rushing yards, the Lobos knocked off the Yellowjackets, 47-33 at Lobo Stadium. In 1962, Henderson knocked off Longview, 22-18, at Lobo Stadium. In 1973, Mike Mock would kick a field goal and run in from 1 yard out, while Bobby Hunter and Steve Gaddis also tallied for Longview, in a 24-0 victory over Dallas Hillcrest for the Lobos. In 1979, Clifford Ward would rush in from two yards out in the first quarter before the Kangaroos of #9 ranked Killeen would tally on a 4-yard rush from George Leaito to tie the game as Longview and Killeen tied at Lobo Stadium, 7-7. In 1984, Clifford Powell, Leon Hendrix and Joe Johnson would all register scores for the Lobos as Longview would dominated the Eagles in Abilene, 21-0. In 1990, Bobby Taylor’s 75 yard pass reception in the first quarter was just the beginning for the Lobos as Longview would go on to route Carrollton Newman Smith, 49-12. The Lobos would hold the Trojans to just 135 yards on the night while tallying for 399 for themselves. In 2001, Tate Casey would pass in a 23 yard pass reception in the first quarter and Willie Andrews would rush in for two touchdowns as Longview rolled over Ruston, 35-7, at Lobo Stadium. Longview would rush for 305 yards and add an additional 116 yards passing in the rout. In 2012, Longview and Lufkin would each score two touchdowns to be tied 14-14 after 1 quarter before the Lobos took over. Longview would score three touchdowns in the 2nd quarter and roll up 446 yards overall on the night in a 45-14 beatdown of the Panthers at Abe Martin Stadium. The win would end Longview’s 15 year run without a win in Lufkin.
  3. LONGVIEW LOBOS (2-0, 0-0) VS JOHN TYLER LIONS (1-1, 0-0) DATE: Friday, September 14th, 2018 TIME: 7:30 PM LOCATION: Lobo Stadium in Longview, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FM JOHN TYLER BROADCAST: 97.5 FM KTBB LOBOS LEAD SERIES 49-38-7 The Lions have a 11-7-0 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The Lobos have a 42-27-7 lead when the game is a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest before. The two schools have never played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 25-15-5 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 24-23-2 lead when the game is played at Tyler. Longview won the last meeting with the Lions. Longview is 12-7-1 all-time against John Tyler at Lobo Stadium (new), with the Lions winning the last three meetings there. The two schools have never played on September 14th before. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 10.27.2017 - Longview 28, John Tyler 19 - Rose Stadium 10.21.2016 - John Tyler 38, Longview 24 - Lobo Stadium 09.05.2015 - Longview 31, John Tyler 14 - Rose Stadium 09.05.2014 - John Tyler 41, Longview 25 - Lobo Stadium 09.03.2011 - Longview 38, John Tyler 22 - Rose Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW If there's one thing Longview did this week, it was remind Marshall that they're still the big dog in these part of the woods. The Lobos, fresh off a 35-28 national televised win over long time rival Lufkin, headed into Marshall's Maverick Stadium and handed the Mavericks one of their worst losses ever in their home stadium with a 60-14 Lobo win. Longview tallied three times in the first quarter and never looked back, strolling to a point total that Longview had never reached against the Mavericks before. The 60-14 win increased Longview's lead in the series to 19 games and gave the Lobos a three game winning streak over the Mavs. Since their 2015 upset victory, Marshall has not been able to get a single thing going in the three games against the Lobos, struggling to a 157-28 scoreline in favor of Longview. The Lobos now turn their attention to another long time rival, their third in three weeks, in the John Tyler Lions. The Lobos and Lions will meet for the 95th time on Friday night as the two storied programs are two of East Texas's most traditional powers. The Lions got a little revenge on their cross town rivals last Saturday night, handing the Tyler Lee Red Raiders an ugly 65-21 loss, following an upset Red Raider victory last season that saw the Lions miss the post season for the first time since 2007. The win for Cujo seemingly rectified the Lions' opening season, 57-7, loss at the hands of DFW powerhouse Cedar Hill, where the Lions could not get a single thing going their way. The Lions come into the rivalry game having won their past five games in Lobo Stadium, three of which have come against the Lobos. Longview's last victory over the Lions at their home stadium came in 2006, when the Lobos had to come from behind to win 28-21. Since that win, the Lions have had three straight blow out victories, with all three match ups being multiple score games at halftime in favor of the Lions. Overall, the Lobos and Lions have traded victories back and forth in the last six meetings, with neither team being able to regain control of the series, following Longview's 9-game winning streak over the Lions. The two schools will meet for the 95th time, after three previously unfound games were discovered from 1917 and 1920. The series dates back to 1912, when Longview registered a 13-7 victory in Longview. The two schools will meet for the 46th time overall in Longview this coming Friday, where Longview plans to celebrate Green Out and Homecoming. The Lobos are 14-2 all-time in their Green Out contests, dating back to 2002, with the only losses coming to Allen in 2011 and John Tyler in 2014. The Lions are 1-3 in Green Out contests. Under John King, the Lobos are 14-0 in Homecoming contests with Longview's last loss coming in 2013 to Tyler Lee (18-14). This will be the first time since 1992 that John Tyler will be the Homecoming opponent for the Lobos, when Longview pulled out a 17-16 victory. Overall, the Lobos are 38-13-4 in Homecoming games. The Lobos are looking to improve to 3-0 on the season for just the fifth time in 15 seasons under John King, and for the first time in back to back seasons since King's first two seasons in 2004 and 2005. WEEK THREE 11-6A SCHEDULE: Longview vs John Tyler (Lobo Stadium) Mesquite at Plano West (John Clark Stadium) Mesquite Horn vs Cedar Hill (E.H. Hanby Stadium) North Mesquite vs Fort Worth Paschal (Mesquite Memorial Stadium) {Thursday} Rockwall vs Arlington Bowie (Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium) {Thursday} Rockwall Heath vs Richland (Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium) Tyler Lee at Nacogdoches (Dragon Stadium) WEEK TWO 11-6A RESULTS: Longview 60 Marshall 14 Mesquite 7 Grand Prairie 0 Mesquite Horn 18 Highland Park 35 North Mesquite at Garland Lakeview Centennial {CANCELLED} Rockwall vs Rowlett {CANCELLED} Rockwall Heath 31 Wylie 20 Tyler Lee 21 John Tyler 65 DISTRICT 11-6A STANDINGS 1st. Longview (2-0, 0-0) 2nd. North Mesquite (1-0, 0-0) 3rd. Mesquite (1-1, 0-0) 4th. Rockwall Heath (1-1, 0-0) 5th. Rockwall (0-1, 0-0) 6th. Mesquite Horn (0-2, 0-0) 7th. Tyler Lee (0-2, 0-0) DISTRICT 12-6A OVERVIEW Last Week - Belton defeated Round Rock 45-24, Copperas Cove defeated Manor 7-6, Killeen defeated Cedar Park Vista Ridge 43-6, Killeen Ellison fell to Austin Vandegrift 28-12, Killeen Harker Heights fell to Round Rock Stony Point 45-22, Killeen Shoemaker fell to Midlothian 36-7, Temple defeated UANL from Mexico 43-14, Waco High fell to Georgetown 17-7. Waco Midway vs Mansfield Lake Ridge was cancelled. This Week - Belton hosts Copperas Cove, Killeen hosts Waco Midway, Killeen Ellison hosts Waco, Temple hosts Killeen Harker Heights. Killeen Shoemaker is off. LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 2-0 (0-0) District: 11-6A Coach: John King (154-36 in 15 seasons) (Playoffs: 34-14) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 715-345-52 (Playoffs: 63-41-1) Playoff Appearances: 43 Last Playoff Appearance: 2017, 6A Division II State Semi-Final State Championships (1): 1937 (1A) State Championship Appearances (4): 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.31 - vs Lufkin - Win 35-28 09.07 - at Marshall - Win 60-14 09.14 - vs John Tyler 09.21 - at Ruston 09.28 - at Rockwall 10.12 - vs Mesquite Horn 10.19 - at Rockwall Heath 10.26 - vs North Mesquite 11.02 - at Tyler Lee 11.09 - vs Mesquite JOHN TYLER LIONS Record: 1-1 (0-0) District: 7-5A Division 1 Coach: Ricklan Homes (57-21 in 7 seasons) (Playoffs: 11-4) First Year of Football: 1908 All-Time Record: 691-375-41 (Playoffs: 56-30-3) Playoff Appearances: 36 Last Playoff Appearance: 2016, 6A Division II Regional Round State Championships (3): 1930 (1A), 1973 (4A), 1994 (5A D2) State Championship Appearances (5): 1930 (1A), 1955 (4A), 1973 (4A), 1994 (5A D2), 2000 (5A D2) SCHEDULE: 08.31 - at Cedar Hill - Loss 57-7 09.08 - vs Tyler Lee - Win 65-21 09.14 - at Longview 09.21 - at Euless Trinity 09.28 - at Texas High 10.05 - vs Wylie East 10.12 - at West Mesquite 10.26 - vs McKinney North 11.02 - at Mesquite Poteet 11.09 - vs Sherman ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: September 14th In 1945, Bobby Dill and Ben Moore opened the scoring in the first quarter before holding on defensively the rest of the way as the Lobos walked away with a 21-0 victory over Nacogdoches at Lobo Stadium. In 1951, Longview hosted Port Neches-Groves at Lobo Stadium and walked away with a 19-13 victory. In 1956, the Lobos jumped out to a 20-0 lead behind two Pete Burks 50+ rushing touchdowns before South Oak Cliff attempted to climb back into the game, but the Lobos held on for a 20-14 win over the Golden Bears. In 1962, Longview and South Oak Cliff battled to a 6-6 tie in Lobo Stadium. In 1973, Mike Mock kicked a 40 yard field goal before Danny Majors rushed in from 1 yard out to give the Lobos a 9-0 lead. The Longview defense would have to hold on and gave the Lobos a 9-6 win over La Marque. In 1979, Fort Worth Paschal’s Daryl Zeller had an 11-14 passing night and hit David Brooks with 5 minutes to go to give the Panthers a 30-23 victory over the Lobos. In 1984, five different Lobos would tally and added on a field goal as Longview would run all over Fort Worth Trimble Tech for a 35-14 victory. In 1990, seven different Lobos would run into the end zone, including a first quarter John Washington 38-yard pass reception, as Longview dominated Fort Worth Trimble Tech the entire way in a 47-0 thumping. In 2001, Bobby Renkes finished his record setting day by kicking his 3rd field goal of the night with 1:12 remaining to lift Lake Highlands to a 15-14 victory over Longview at Wildcat-Ram Stadium. In 2012, Tory White would get the night started as 7 different Lobos tallied in a rain soaked game as Longview would roll past Marshall, 48-0, in Lobo Stadium. In 2013, Ja’Mycal Hasty would scored three touchdowns and a missed extra point would pay dividends for Longview, as the Lobos squeaked past Mississippi’s Olive Branch, 27-26, at Independence Stadium.
  4. LONGVIEW LOBOS (1-0, 0-0) AT MARSHALL MAVERICKS (1-0, 0-0) DATE: Friday, September 7th, 2018 TIME: 7:30 PM LOCATION: Maverick Stadium in Marshall, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FM MARSHALL BROADCAST: 103.9 FM KMHT LOBOS LEAD SERIES 60-42-5 The Mavericks have a 17-15-2 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The Lobos have a 45-25-3 lead when the game is a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest before. The Lobos have a 1-0 lead when the game is played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 30-14-3 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 29-28-2 lead when the game is played at Marshall. Longview has won the last two meetings with the Mavericks. Longview is 14-5-0 all-time against Marshall at Maverick Stadium (new), with the Lobos winning the last meeting there. Longview is 1-0 all-time when the game is played on September 7th. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 09.08.2017 - Longview 41, Marshall 7 - Lobo Stadium 09.02.2016 - Longview 56, Marshall 7 - Maverick Stadium 10.09.2015 - Marshall 28, Longview 25 - Maverick Stadium 10.10.2014 - Longview 56, Marshall 13 - Lobo Stadium 09.06.2013 - Longview 26, Marshall 14 - Maverick Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW What a night for East Texas football. The Longview Lobos opened the 2018 football season with a national televised audience watching on, in the 82nd edition of their long standing rivalry with the Lufkin Panthers. Back and forth the two rivals went until the final three minutes when a loose fumble right at the 50 gave the Lobos a chance to bring home the win. And that’s exactly what junior quarterback Haynes King did. Throwing the ball up for grabs, Lobo receiver Kaden Kearbey came down with the game winning touchdown. Following an interception just two plays from scrimmage later, the Lobos sealed their win with their third straight win over the Panthers and their 6th in their last 7 meetings. Next up for the Lobos is another long standing rivalry with the rivals from the East, in the Marshall Mavericks. The 108th edition comes to Marshall’s Maverick Stadium after a solid win for the Mavericks in the 2nd year of the Claude Mathis era for the Mavericks. The Mavs traveled to Tyler to take on Tyler Lee and walked away with a comfortable 42-29 victory. The win in the opening game was Marshall’s first since 2015, and just their third opening game victory in the last decade. The two rivals will meet for the 108th time, and for the 86th consecutive season. A series dating back to 1909, the two schools have met every year since apart from 1913, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1921, 1924, 1925 and 1932. The Lobos come into the game having won two in a row against the Mavs, and 16 of the previous 17 contests. Since the start of their 19-game winning streak over Marshall back in 1969, Longview has registered a 40-9 against the Mavericks. Inside Marshall’s Maverick Stadium has been just as impressive for the Lobos winning 7 of the last 8 games there, with the lone loss coming in 2015 with a 28-25 loss. Longview’s last visit, in 2016, resulted in a 56-7 victory over the Mavericks. WEEK TWO 11-6A SCHEDULE: Longview at Marshall (Maverick Stadium) Mesquite vs Grand Prairie (E.H. Hanby Stadium) Mesquite Horn at Highland Park (Highlander Stadium) North Mesquite at Garland Lakeview Centennial (Homer B Johnson Stadium) Rockwall vs Rowlett (Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium) Rockwall Heath at Wylie (Wylie ISD Stadium) Tyler Lee vs John Tyler (Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium) {Saturday} WEEK ONE 11-6A RESULTS: Longview 35 Lufkin 28 Mesquite 35 Lake Highlands 45 Mesquite Horn 0 Allen 40 North Mesquite 22 Arlington Sam Houston 12 Rockwall 42 Highland Park 49 Rockwall Heath 10 Keller Timber Creek 47 Tyler Lee 29 Marshall 42 DISTRICT 11-6A STANDINGS 1st. Longview (1-0, 0-0) 2nd. North Mesquite (1-0, 0-0) 3rd. Rockwall (0-1, 0-0) 4th. Mesquite (0-1, 0-0) 5th. Tyler Lee (0-1, 0-0) 6th. Rockwall Heath (0-1, 0-0) 7th. Mesquite Horn (0-1, 0-0) DISTRICT 12-6A OVERVIEW Last Week - Belton lost to Austin Westlake, 38-17, Copperas Cove defeated UNAL from Mexico, 34-27, Killeen lost to Round Rock Stony Point, 21-14, Killeen Ellison lost to A&M Consolidated, 48-7, Killeen Harker Heights lost to Round Rock, 36-7, Killeen Shoemaker lost to San Angelo Central, 19-7, Temple defeated Round Rock Cedar Ridge, 45-25, Waco Midway lost to Euless Trinity, 37-7, Waco High defeated Waco University, 29-22. This Week - Belton travels to Round Rock, Copperas Cove travels to Manor, Killeen host to Cedar Park Vista Ridge, Killeen Ellison travels to Austin Vandegrift, Killeen Harker Heights travels to Round Rock Stony Point, Killeen Shoemaker hosts Midlothian, Temple host UANL from Mexico, Waco Midway takes on Mansfield Lake Ridge at the Cotton Bowl, Waco High travels to Georgetown. LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 1-0 (0-0) District: 11-6A Coach: John King (153-36 in 14 seasons) (Playoffs: 34-14) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 714-345-52 (Playoffs: 63-41-1) Playoff Appearances: 43 Last Playoff Appearance: 2017, 6A Division II State Semi-Final State Championships (1): 1937 (1A) State Championship Appearances (4): 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.31 - vs Lufkin - Win 35-28 09.07 - at Marshall 09.14 - vs John Tyler 09.21 - at Ruston 09.28 - at Rockwall 10.12 - vs Mesquite Horn 10.19 - at Rockwall Heath 10.26 - vs North Mesquite 11.02 - at Tyler Lee 11.09 - vs Mesquite MARSHALL MAVERICKS Record: 1-0 (0-0) District: 9-5A Division 2 Coach: Claude Mathis (7-5 in 2 seasons) (Playoffs: 0-1) First Year of Football: 1902 All-Time Record: 595-461-45 (Playoffs: 37-28-2) Playoff Appearances: 30 Last Playoff Appearance: 2017, 5A Division I Bi-District Round State Championships: 1990 (5A DI) State Championship Appearances: 1990 (5A DI), 2004 (4A DI), 2005 (4ADI) SCHEDULE: 08.31 - at Tyler Lee - Win 42-29 09.07 - vs Longview 09.14 - vs Carthage 09.28 - at Lindale 10.05 - vs Hallsville 10.12 - at Mount Pleasant 10.19 - vs Jacksonville 10.26 - at Nacogdoches 11.02 - vs Whitehouse 11.09 - at Pine Tree ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: September 7th In 1973, Danny Majors and Keith Pittman each scored a first quarter touchdown as Longview and Dallas Jesuit battled to 0s in each of the next three quarters in a 14-0 Lobo victory. The two teams combined for a total of 16 first downs on this defensive day in Lobo Stadium. In 1979, Clifford Ward scored the first three touchdowns on the night and Nathan Harris added another in the 2nd quarter as Longview rolled past Dallas Thomas Jefferson, 27-6, in Lobo Stadium. The Patriots only were able to muster 155 yard on the night. In 1984, Joe Johnson tallied two touchdowns in the first quarter as the Lobos dominated the Highlanders of Fort Worth Eastern Hills, 38-14. Longview used a 31-point first half to take control of the game as four different Lobos scored on the night. In 1990, Killeen grabbed a 9-7 lead heading into the 4th quarter from Leo Buckley Stadium before Andre Davis took over. After a 61 yard rushing touchdown gave the Lobos the lead, Andre Davis got his 2nd on a 4th yard rush to seal the victory for Longview with a 21-9 win over the ‘Roos. Bobby Taylor’s 96 yard kickoff return was Longview’s only tally in the first half. In 2001, trailing the three-time defending 5A State Champions and #2 ranked Midland Lee, 17-13, heading into the 4th quarter, Lobo mania returned with a big celebration. The Lobos had not made the post season in four years and used that aggression to make their returning statement with a 20-point 4th quarter to knock off the Rebels in Lobo Stadium, 33-17. Fred Hawkins tallied all three touchdowns to seal Longview’s biggest victory in years. In 2007, Mark Johnson tallied twice and Johnny Garrett added three more insurance as the Longview Lobos dominated the Mavericks of Marshall from the get go in a 41-7 victory at Maverick Stadium. Longview produced four turnovers in the victory that saw Dacorris Ford return an interception 75 yards for a touchdown. In 2012, a week after losing senior quarterback Bivins Caraway, the Lobo special teams and defense pulled through in big ways to help push Longview past North Little Rock, 30-14. A 84-yard punt return and a 4th quarter blocked punt return for a touchdown highlighted the day for Longview.
  5. LONGVIEW LOBOS (2-0, 0-0) VS SOUTH OAK CLIFF GOLDEN BEARS (1-0, 0-0) DATE: Friday, September 15th, 2017 TIME: 7:30 PM LOCATION: Lobo Stadium in Longview, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 JACK FM SOUTH OAK CLIFF BROADCAST: n/a LOBOS LEAD SERIES 5-0-1 The Lobos have a 5-0-1 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The two schools have never played a district contest before The two schools have never played a playoff contest before. The two schools have never played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 5-0-1 lead when the game is played at Longview. The two schools have never played at South Oak Cliff. Longview has won the last 3 contests against the Golden Bears Longview is 3-0-0 all-time against South Oak Cliff at Lobo Stadium (new), with the Lobos winning the last 3 meetings there. The two schools have never played on September 15th before. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 09.09.2016 - Longview 62, South Oak Cliff 14 - Lobo Stadium 10.04.1991 - Longview 30, South Oak Cliff 0 - Lobo Stadium 10.05.1990 - Longview 54, South Oak Cliff 8 - Lobo Stadium 09.14.1962 - Longview 6, South Oak Cliff 6 - Lobo Stadium 09.13.1958 - Longview 22, South Oak Cliff 6 - Lobo Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW It’s been 8 years since the Longview Lobos started a season 3-0. It’s a feat they’ll be looking to match this Friday night as they welcome the South Oak Cliff Golden Bears for Homecoming 2017. The Lobos, 2-0 on the young season, are fresh off a 41-7 win over the Marshall Mavericks. The win over the Mavs was their 16th win in the last 17 against Marshall, and was their 60th overall in the long standing rivalry. After hosting the 107th battle between the Lobos and Mavericks, Longview now turns to hosting Dallas ISD’s South Oak Cliff in the 7th contest between the two schools. The Lobos have never lost against the Golden Bears, with only a 1962 tie blemishing an otherwise perfect record over SOC. Last season, the Lobos 7-0 early to the Golden Bears after a long drive of 17 plays to open the game. From there on, Longview rolled to a 62-14 win. For the second straight year, the Golden Bears will be the opponent for Homecoming 2017. The Lobos improved to a perfect 13-0 last season under John King in Homecoming games, and will be looking to continue that trend against their final non-district opponent on Friday. Longview has scored at least 50 points in their previous 5 Homecoming games (52, 55, 56, 61, 62). South Oak Cliff is the 17th DISD school the Lobos have faced. Longview is 47-8-2 in the previous 57 games against Dallas ISD schools. Longview’s last loss in Longview to a DISD school came in 1966 when Dallas Woodrow Wilson escaped Longview with a 19-14 win. The last overall loss to a DISD school came against Dallas Carter in 1991, 26-0, in the Area Round of the playoffs. The Lobos are 20-3 under John King in non-district games at Lobo Stadium, with only Allen (2011) and John Tyler (2010, 2014) able to defeat Longview at home. SOC will be looking to rebound following a tough 56-20 loss at the hands of the Lancaster Tigers. The Golden Bears started the season with a big upset over Ennis, as the Bears scored on the last play of the game to knock of the Lions, 29-28. WEEK THREE 11-6A SCHEDULE: Longview vs South Oak Cliff (Lobo Stadium) John Tyler at Lufkin (Abe Martin Stadium) Mesquite at Garland Sachse (Williams Stadium) {Thursday} Mesquite Horn at Cedar Hill (Longhorn Stadium) North Mesquite vs Arlington Bowie (E.H. Hanby Stadium) Rockwall at Southlake Carroll (Dragon Stadium) Rockwall Heath vs Irving MacArthur (Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium) Tyler Lee at Nacogdoches (Dragon Stadium) WEEK TWO 11-6A RESULTS: Longview 41 Marshall 7 John Tyler 27 Ennis 23 Mesquite 49 Garland 13 Mesquite Horn 59 Dallas Skyline 27 North Mesquite 49 Garland Lakeview Centennial 14 Rockwall 41 Rowlett 48 Rockwall Heath 21 West Mesquite 35 Tyler Lee 42 Corsicana 15 DISTRICT 11-6A STANDINGS 1st. John Tyler (2-0, 0-0) 2nd. Longview (2-0, 0-0) 3rd. Mesquite Horn (2-0, 0-0) 4th. Tyler Lee (2-0, 0-0) 5th. Mesquite (1-1, 0-0) 6th. North Mesquite (1-1, 0-0) 7th. Rockwall (1-1, 0-0) 8th. Rockwall Heath (1-1, 0-0) LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 2-0 (0-0) District: 11-6A Coach: John King (141-34 in 13 seasons) (Playoffs: 31-13) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 697-339-52 (Playoffs: 59-40-1) Playoff Appearances: 42 Last Playoff Appearance: 2016, 6A Division II Bi-District Round State Championships (1): 1937 (1A) State Championship Appearances (4): 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1) SCHEDULE: 09.01 - vs Lufkin - Win 35-16 09.08 - vs Marshall - Win 41-7 09.15 - vs South Oak Cliff 09.22 - at Mesquite Horn 09.29 - vs Tyler Lee 10.06 - at Rockwall 10.20 - vs North Mesquite 10.27 - at John Tyler 11.03 - vs Rockwall Heath 11.10 - at Mesquite SOUTH OAK CLIFF Record: 1-0 (0-0) District: 11-5A Coach: Jason Todd (18-8 in 3 seasons) (Playoffs: 3-2) First Year of Football: All-Time Record: 415-259-13 (Playoffs: 21-29-0) Playoff Appearances: 29 Last Playoff Appearance: 2016, 5A Division II Regional Round State Championships: State Championship Appearances: SCHEDULE: 09.01 - at Ennis - Win 29-28 09.09 - vs Lancaster 09.15 - at Longview 09.23 - v. Dallas Carter 09.29 - vs Dallas Hillcrest 10.05 - at Dallas Thomas Jefferson 10.12 - vs Dallas Kimball 10.26 - at Dallas Spruce 11.03 - vs Dallas Samuell 11.11 - at Dallas Conrad ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: September 1st In 1939, Longview rolled all over Fort Worth Carter Riverside at Lobo Stadium, 31-6. In 1944, Art Rowland netted four touchdowns as the Lobos knocked off Nacogodches, 43-0. In 1950, after grabbing a 13-0 lead behind scores from Sonny Jones and Dick Nash, Port Neches Groves called 13 unanswered points as the Lobos and Indians tied 13-13 at Lobo Stadium. In 1961, Longview traveled to Cobb Stadium in Dallas for a 21-6 loss to Dallas Thomas Jefferson. In 1967, after falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, Steve Judy leveled the score at 7-7 before Rodney Hill added two more scores, including a 71 yard touchdown run, in a 27-7 victory over Arlington. In 1972, Mike Mock’s 32 yard field goal was all the scoring the game would see as the Lobos escape Etheredge Stadium with a 3-0 victory over the La Marque Cougars. In 1978, Larry Smith would start the scoring before Sam Lanier added two more touchdowns in a 28-6 beatdown of Fort Worth Paschal. The Lobos held the Panthers to just 56 yards on the night. In 1989, Earnest Hunter put up three touchdowns in the first half as the Lobos rolled to a 34-8 win over Fort Worth Trimble Tech. In 2000, Longview grabbed an early 14-0 lead over Artillious Allison before Lake Highlands scored 24 straight points to take a 24-14 lead. After Allison added his third, the Lobos would need a huge defensive stop. Despite getting it, Longview would have to go all the way with little time on the clock. They got it. A hail mary 97-yard touchdown pass from Joel Armstrong got Willie Andrews would send the Lobo crowd into a frenzy as Longview knocked off the Wildcats, 27-24. In 2006, Mark Johnson would tally twice and the Lobos would get scores from Travrus Brown, D’Marcus Miles and Jazmon Moon as the Lobos rolled all over Monroe Ouachita, 38-7.
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